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Mission Promise Neighborhood Positions
In December 2012, MEDA was awarded a five-year implementation grant from the Department of Education to implement the Mission Promise Neighborhood, a community-based effort to improve education and create family economic stability for Mission District families through a cradle-to-college-to-career continuum of services. This initiative involves 26 community-based organization partners, as well as the San Francisco Office of Mayor Ed Lee, City of San Francisco government agencies, and the San Francisco Unified School District as close collaborators in the implementation effort. MEDA is the lead agency, fiscal agent and project manager for the Mission Promise Neighborhood.
This initiative seeks to improve academic achievement and family economic success in the lowest performing schools in the Mission district of San Francisco. The four schools targeted for first phase of the Mission Promise Neighborhood implementation include: César Chávez Elementary School, Bryant Elementary School, Everett Middle School and John O’Connell High School.
MEDA is hiring a number of positions. Some of these are specifically related to the Mission Promise Neighborhood, and others are associated with MEDA’s asset programs, fund development, policy and administration and operations. Each of these positions are listed below.
Individuals Interested in MEDA Positions
We very much appreciate your interest in joining the MEDA team. We are now in the process of accepting resumes, screening candidates and conducting interviews for the positions listed below. Given the high level of care and attention that we give to the hiring process, this is a very time-intensive undertaking.
For this reason, we are asking individuals interested in any of these positions to apply directly of the position(s) that you are interested in using the link stated in the job description. This is the most effective manner in ensuring that your resume will be reviewed and consider for the position that you are interested in. Please do not send your resume to someone on staff even if you know that individual. Doing so may result in your resume not getting to the right person, at the right time, and may prevent you from being considered for the position that you are interested in.
Again, we very much appreciate your interest in the positions available with MEDA, and look forward to receiving your information. Thank you.
Mission Promise Neighborhood Positions
Financial Capability Coach
The Financial Capability Coach will be responsible for working with low- and moderate- income San Francisco households, focusing predominantly on the Latino community to increase financial capability education and provide financial coaching services.
Mission Business Outreach Specialist (Part-time)
MEDA is currently seeking a part-time (approximately 20 hours per week) business outreach specialist who will support economic development efforts of the Mission Street commercial corridor (along Mission Street from Duboce St. to Cesar Chavez); to strengthen businesses and community institutions by working towards maintaining a vibrant and healthy corridor that serves local residents.
The Program Evaluator will play a critical role in organizational efforts to meet outcomes specified by the organization and its funders, with special attention to the Mission Promise Neighborhood. The Evaluator will help lead the development and implementation of a robust and rigorous performance improvement and information management system that evaluates program performance and trains and empowers staff.
Project Manager – Small Properties
Are you interested in combining your skills in real estate/financial analysis with a commitment to social resilience for the Mission district in the San Francisco? MEDA is rapidly expanding our preservation of small apartment buildings in response to keeping families in the Mission district and surrounding neighborhoods in San Francisco.
Technology Training Coordinator
Reporting to the Workforce Development Program Manager, the Technology Training Coordinator will be responsible for technology-based training for young adults (ages 17-24) and adults (age 25+), within MEDA’s workforce program. This position will design, develop, and implement the technology-based workforce development training program (Mission Techies) serving low income immigrants.